Posted by : Yale Schalk
Paul George, Nike Zoom Brave V
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Hmm Hurache 2012 must not be that great to ball in. Nobody else is wearin em either like past Huaraches
I meant unlike past Huaraches which everybody wore
Good stuff, great to see so many KD IV’s, and Shumpert’s White-cap Crazy 8′s *drool*.
i think i saw somebody from the Lakers (one of the rookies) play in the original white/black/blue/purple cw.
There is a reason why you dont see more players wearing the 2012 Hurarache’s. The run free bottom is comfy, but useless for basketball. There is one rubber contact point on the whole bottom. And its on the pivot point. If these were true basketball shoes they would come in a orange performance box. Not the Nike sportswear one.
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